DOHA: Qatar University’s Social and Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) has launched a vital investigate plan to yield unprejudiced opinion polling on questions of seductiveness to Qatar to prominence a social, economic, informative and practice policies.
Qatar Quarterly Survey (QQS) employs computer-assisted write interviewing, a technique that facilitates timely and accurate information collection and customises a upsurge of a petition formed on a answers provided.
Conducted by a group of researchers by a institute’s state-of-the-art call centres, a 15-minute consult seeks feedback from nationals and high and low-income expats to sign attitudes and views on matters of open importance.
It includes a demographic member and an analysis of a perceptions of respondents on issues that describe to peculiarity of life, consumer confidence, traffic, health insurance, and other matters of significance to society. About 1,600 respondents were incidentally comparison and interviewed in a initial round.
SESRI Director and Associate Vice-President for Research Dr Darwish Al Emadi said: “Information rising from a plan is vicious for mapping changing opinions and perceptions on issues. SESRI continues to be a heading partner in contributing to inhabitant efforts to residence a needs of a multitude and find solutions in a face of Qatar’s fast growth and progress.”
QQS’s lead principal questioner and SESRI’s conduct of investigate Dr Abdoulaye Diop pronounced a consult “enables residents to simulate on changing resources of their lives in this energetic environment”.
SESRI has also been intent in studies that residence Qatar’s and informal concerns such as a GCC singular currency, life in Qatar, amicable collateral in Qatar, education, gender, and migrant workers.
Its collaborations with a Global Competitiveness Report of a World Economic Forum, World Values Survey and Arab Barometer Project have helped allege investigate in Qatar and a wider region, providing pivotal statistics to assistance delineate process and set inhabitant priorities.